GE Healthcare is planning to increase its workforce by about 10% in India by the end of this year, as it looks to strengthen in-country research. According to Press Trust of India, Terri Bresenham, President and CEO, GE Healthcare South Asia, revealed these plans at the recent launch of its flagship electronic remote monitoring programme, CritiNext, at Delhi. She said that they will be adding 400 personnel to their current strength of 4000 employees in India by the end of this year.
Marking a major milestone in the cooperation between the two countries, the Kyrghyz President Ms Roza Otunbaeva and the Defence Minister Shri AK Antony today inaugurated the Kyrghyz-Indian Mountain Biomedical Research Centre (KIMBMRC) at the Kyrghyz capital, Bishkek today.
The Centre will carry out research on the mechanism of short term and long term high altitude adaptation. It will also mobilize and synchronise the expertise of the two countries in the area of high altitude research. The scientists will focus on molecular biology approaches to identify markers for screening of people for high altitude resistance and susceptibility to high altitude sickness and development of mountain maladies. The benefits of these studies will apply to a large population across the globe, as more and more people travel to the mountains every year. India’s contribution to the project is Rs 6 Crores.
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Under the India–Canada Agreement for Scientific and Technological Cooperation, the Governments of India and Canada have agreed to foster joint research and development (R&D) projects. This India-Ontario (Canada) Call for Proposals (CFP) will be delivered by the Global Innovation & Technology Alliance (GITA), a non-governmental organization, engaged by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India on the Indian side; and by International Science and Technology Partnership Canada (ISTPCanada), a non-governmental organization selected by the Ministry of Research and Innovation (MRI), Government of Ontario on the Canadian side. In Ontario (Canada), ISTP Canada is responsible for the implementation of the Ontario/India Collaborative Research Fund, which directly supports four goals established bythe Government of Ontario.
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